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Once you are married you can sponsor your spouse.
The way this works is that the sponsorship application and the permanent resident application go in together. Once you are approved as a sponsor his application will be processed.
He will need to undergo medical, background and criminal checks.
Here is the link to the webpage that has all the information and forms:
As I mentioned a medical examination is required for all applicants for permanent resident status.
Generally, the goal of immigration Canada is to protect the public health so someone with a communicable disease would not be admitted to Canada until it was proven that they were not a danger to Canadians. This would extend to both a concern about contagion and also about unpredictable or unusual behaviour that may create a danger to public safety
As well they may deny an application where the condition raises a concern that the person might cause excessive demand on existing social or health services provided by the government. Fortunately,this later requirement does not apply to spousal or dependent children sponsorship.
He will be eligible for OHIP three months after he moves to Ontario as a permanent resident.
He will be able to purchase a drug plan just like any other resident of Ontario can.
Let me know if you need any further clarification.